InstantFaceUnlock

InstantFaceUnlock unlocks your phone the moment your face scan is successful. Usually, once the face scan is complete, you then have to swipe up on the lock screen in order to access your phone. InstantFaceUnlock detects when the face scan is complete, and will automatically dismiss the lockscreen for you.

Imagine whenever you unlocked your phone with your fingerprint, you then also had to swipe up - that would be weird, right? For some reason, this is the way Faceunlock works. I guess its because you don't want your phone to unlock whilst you're reading notifications, but there are ways to get around that, as demonstrated by InstantFaceUnlock.

Features:
- Automatically unlock your phone after face scan is successful
- A sexy UI to help you customise
- You can allow notifications to block auto-unlock, and even which *type* of notification
- You can allow music controllers such as the Spotify to block auto-unlock
- Option for your device to vibrate after auto-unlocking, with customisable duration
- Option to add a delay after auto-unlocking
- Easily enable/disable

Update targets:
- Allow only specific apps to block auto-unlock
- That's all I can think of for now - head over to XDA to post your suggestions!

Important notes:
- Face unlock does not (cannot) work the first time the phone is turned on after boot. You have to first unlock your phone using conventional methods (e.g. fingerprint, pin code, pattern, etc), but all subsequent unlocks can be done with your face. You probably already know that.
- This only works for AOSP Smart Unlock. I believe there are other propitiatory face unlocking methods in non-stock ROMS, such as Samsung devices. As long as you're using Google's face unlock method, you're golden.
- InstantFaceUnlock doesn't interact with the security itself, but is simply notified once the face scan is complete. Therefore, it poses no risk to any sensitive data you may wish to keep private.
- I take no responsibility for anything that happens to your device. It's a pretty simple module, there's nothing I can think of that would actually land you in trouble.

Author(s): 
Package: 
com.samstenner.instantunlock
Version name: 
1.2
Release type: 
Stable (low risk of bugs)
Number of downloads: 
4,876 in total · 172 in the last 24 hours
MD5 checksum: 
2de4f67524c9f4af5a33d44bbffa7172
Uploaded on: 
Sunday, October 15, 2017 - 17:29
Changes: 

- Now works for Lollipop and Marshmallow too
- Option to vibrate phone upon unlock
- Vibration duration can be customised
- Added a button to reset preferences
- Preferences now handled much better
- Landscape orientation now works for UI
- Fixed bug where unlock would trigger twice

Version name: 
1.1
Release type: 
Stable (low risk of bugs)
Number of downloads: 
654 in total · 12 in the last 24 hours
MD5 checksum: 
0dc76e0995b932da97a60d6f999dbad9
Uploaded on: 
Sunday, October 15, 2017 - 03:15
Changes: 

Big update:
- Added a GUI
- Configure Notification Exceptions
- Configure Media Exceptions
- Enable/Disable
- Added a delay
- Now it actually works

Version name: 
1.0
Release type: 
Stable (low risk of bugs)
Number of downloads: 
1,811 in total · 4 in the last 24 hours
MD5 checksum: 
d4445a3c9bfbccb111213e5b37347070
Uploaded on: 
Friday, October 13, 2017 - 18:40
Changes: 

Initial Release